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    https://youtu.be/I56Y9IDdTDY

    Where's the Dog Star?
    "All God does is watch us and kill us when we get boring. We must never, ever be boring."

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    Goin neck deep in fall 79 tour right now


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    Speaking of Fall ‘79… Franklin’s back-to-back shows for the weekend




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    5-13-77

    I saw The Clash at the Cape Cod Coliseum in the summer of Ď82, what a killer show that was. Canít imagine how fun seeing tGD there would have been, small venue, huge parking area, good times were certainly had
    crab in my shoe mouth

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    As an aside and not to shill but…

    My kid turned me on to the app Musi. It’s free (yes there are some ads, but not too intrusive and never cuts in on the music) which lets you search YouTube to stream things from your phone. Save a show to your library, start playing, and then the app can be run in the background. I’ve found it very useful for listening to Dead shows from folks like Wall of Sound, OkieDeadhead, Christopher Hazard, LostMyDayJob, theseventyseven77 which are some of my favorites for getting quality live shows to stream to my wireless earbuds.

    I also have a Nugs.net subscription and they just added a bunch of Dead shows including most Dick’s Picks FYI.

    Anyway, back to our regularly scheduled weekend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buttahflake View Post
    I saw The Clash at the Cape Cod Coliseum in the summer of ‘82, what a killer show that was. Can’t imagine how fun seeing tGD there would have been, small venue, huge parking area, good times were certainly had
    OT, but CCC was the venue of my first show ever, Lynyrd Skynyrd 1976-08-27

    Topless girls playing volleyball in the parking lot, Kingfish was the opening act. Stoked!

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    Quote Originally Posted by boltonoutlaw View Post
    OT, but CCC was the venue of my first show ever, Lynyrd Skynyrd 1976-08-27

    Topless girls playing volleyball in the parking lot, Kingfish was the opening act. Stoked!
    Okay, thatís freaking huge!
    crab in my shoe mouth

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    If a guy wanted to put together a downloadable playlist of sorts featuring only shows he saw (80's through DoJ), where would he do this? Nugs? Should kept all those tapes.

    Admittedly been years since I did anything outside of Spotify or YouTube or the Grateful Dead channel on Sirius.
    "All God does is watch us and kill us when we get boring. We must never, ever be boring."

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    Iím a fan of Relisten app. A bit wonky at times but download shows locally and it works just fine. Itís got everything from archive org.

    Oh, and Charlie Miller is a national treasure.
    It is by riding a bicycle that you learn the contours of a country best, since you have to sweat up the hills and coast down them. ĖErnest Hemingway

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    I did see plenty of heads dancing the Batusi at shows back in the day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stapes View Post
    I’m a fan of Relisten app. A bit wonky at times but download shows locally and it works just fine. It’s got everything from archive org.
    Thank you for that! Much better than scrolling through Archive.

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    I caught Bobby with Wolf Bros on Sat, what a great show! I can't get enough of the horns. So cool its already up on Nugs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slcdawg View Post
    I caught Bobby with Wolf Bros on Sat, what a great show! I can't get enough of the horns. So cool its already up on Nugs.
    Nice! My friend was at that show also and said it was a great time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buttahflake View Post
    Okay, that’s freaking huge!
    yeah that must have been freakin huge....

    So - in the freakin huge dept - been reacquainting myself with the mid 80's and been pulling standout 84 shows out of woodwork - NYE 12/31/84 - Bahnstormer!
    right up your alley Buttah.

    Saw DSO at Wellmont last night - I know Phil and Bobby are still out there god bless em for keeping the ball in the air - but for my money DSO is the sweet spot - They do it just right -
    Played 11/7/77 show last night blew the doors off from start to finish.. Long day at work today...

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    Would love to catch DSO again. Saw them about 15-20 years ago and they were fantastic. A '77 show would be a gem!

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    Quote Originally Posted by stapes View Post
    Iím a fan of Relisten app. A bit wonky at times but download shows locally and it works just fine. Itís got everything from archive org.

    Oh, and Charlie Miller is a national treasure.
    Thank you Stapes!
    "All God does is watch us and kill us when we get boring. We must never, ever be boring."

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    Had this come on at the end of the 7/8/78 Redrocks show I listened to on my hike today. I was howling through the woods like a Kook… Felt great!

    (Warning: Contains Bobby playing slide, which is a dog whistle for some. I personally love it!)

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    5-13-77

    The boys deciding who get to use the poles up at Squaw. Note that Billy was an early adopter of park rat style in his over-sized T. Mickeyís fur toque should keep him plenty warm.

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    Did anyone in the band ever take up skiing, Bobby maybe?

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